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In which an old dog attempts to learn new tricks.
Hot chilli sauce
Hot chilli sauce by Helen in Wales
Hot chilli sauce, a photo by Helen in Wales on Flickr.

14/52 for the group 52 of 2012

This week's theme is: Hot

Not terribly inspired, I'm afraid. If only the hot weather had lasted another week! At the moment it is anything but hot in Wales. Cold wind, sleet and snow on the tops of the mountains. :(

As I'm going away tomorrow for a few days over Easter, I don't have time to look for anything better. I don't plan on taking my camera because I can either relax and join in the conversation OR I can take photos. Not both.

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lizziebelle From: lizziebelle Date: April 4th, 2012 03:51 pm (UTC) (Link)
Actually, I think that's a great idea! I've been trying to think of something different for the "hot" theme. My housemates are big hot sauce fans..
heleninwales From: heleninwales Date: April 5th, 2012 06:27 pm (UTC) (Link)
If this theme had come up last week, I could have done a photo of the unseasonably hot weather, but we have snow! OK, only on the mountains, but I saw more snow from the train travelling down today than I did when we came to London at Christmas.

Actually, it's not the first time I've resorted to food for this kind of topic. I'm sure I posted a curry sauce last year. :)
rymrytr From: rymrytr Date: April 5th, 2012 03:38 am (UTC) (Link)

Stop trying to be so conventional by trying to do what you think everyone expects!

Thinking outside of the box, as you have done here, allows for much more freedom and the expansion of the creative spirit. I mean, just look at Jackson Pollock or Andy Warhol's stuff.

Besides, I didn't know Uncle Ben made Hot Sauce!! :o)

heleninwales From: heleninwales Date: April 5th, 2012 06:24 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'm not sure whether Uncle Ben's is a US brand or a UK one. It's been around in Britain for many years. It was one of the first brands of long grain rice. (Before that, the only rice we saw was the short grain rice and we made it into rice pudding.) My feeling is that it is American. On the other hand, the company probably markets different products in the two countries.

Re the hotness, I can't eat chilli that hot, but my husband loves it as hot as possible, so I make up a batch for him and I eat something different. :)
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